sease

sease

(siːz)
vb (tr)
obsolete to seize
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On a press conference call this afternoon, Welch and Udall were joined by the former chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Henry Waxman; the President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, Collin O'Mara; and the Director of the Sierra Club National Campaign, Debbie Sease.
Chen EH, Shofer FS, Dean AJ, Hollander JE, Robey JL, Sease KL, et al.
We were looking for a route-marking alternative that would help alleviate these problems," said Dusty Sease, WaterOne's assistant manager of construction and maintenance.
Cap Sease covers a wide range of planning and finishing techniques in this straightforward and helpful book.
Stable isotope analyses on dietary reconstructions rely on tissue signatures that provide valuable information on trophic level and potential food source choice in the diet of a given organism (Hobson & Sease, 1998; McCutchan et al.
Sease was wanted by the state police and police departments in Worcester, Grafton and Hadley.
To produce healthy and d sease free plants of roses round the year micropropagation is a viable technique which can help in production of approximately 400000 plants from a single rose plant per annum.
Sessi said that what inturrepts the relations with the State of the South is its support to rebels movements particularly the rebels movements in Darfur to destabilizy security and stability in the country , calling in the same time on the South Sudan's government to sease such actions , arguing the rebels movements to join the peace process to maintain the state's soverignity and to contribute in its development.
CSX spokesman Gary Sease said in an email that one of the cars was carrying sodium chlorate, which the Department of Transportation classifies as a hazardous material.
CSX spokesman Gary Sease said in an email that sodium chlorate is on one of the trains, which the Department of Transportation classifies as a hazardous material.